In some cases they will use information which the young person has shared, for example personal problems or family difficulties, as leverage to get the young person to go on webcam or share a sexual image.
Once they have an image or video they will then use it to blackmail them, telling the child that if they don’t do what they say they will share the image or video online.
Most young people are comfortable communicating and sharing online so it is understandable that they may use the internet to explore sex and relationships.
This may be natural but there are some very real risks.
It’s never their fault, the offender has committed a serious sexual crime and the images are evidence of their crime.
Less than a year after introducing Stories, face filters are finally being added to Instagram. Instagram's first set of face filters will include everything "from math equations swirling around your head to furry koala ears that move and twitch," according to the press release.
It'll also include a golden goddess crown and bunny ears too.
You can also add hashtags to your stories now, via text or with a hashtag sticker.
Instagram is also introducing an eraser brush that allows you to erase things you've drawn in your stories or even play around with removing color from sections of your drawings. First you'll want to take a photo then using a drawing tool, "tap and hold to fill the entire screen with color," according to press release.
In some cases they have been forced to physically hurt themselves or involve other children.